Matthew Williamson Exhibition, and the wisdom of Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue

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All day I was looking forward to the fashion debate at the Design Museum, it’s part of the “Matthew Williamson 10 Years In Fashion” exhibition. The panel featured Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue and Joseph Velosa, CEO of Matthew Williamson, and there was an additional guest Anna Garner, head of fashion at Selfridges.

This wasn’t really a fashion debate but more of a question-and-answer forum. Two had the opportunity to ask the questions. This was a good lecture for design students, as much of the focus was the business of fashion: the importance of a business plan, understanding your buyers and your relationship with the media.

The lecture was worth it just to listen to Alexandra Shulman speak about Vogue, advertising, designers and . Years ago I did work experience at Vogue and I told Lucinda Chambers that I was amazed how friendly and helpful everyone was (I think I was expecting a Devil Wears Prada type of atmosphere), Lucinda said it was all because of Alexandra, that she sets the tone.

This is what I love about London: for £10 I can go and listen to one of the most influential women in British fashion and see the work of one of London’s top designers!

The exhibition is on until January 31st.

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  1. Anonymous
    January 13, 2008 at 8:08

    I was going to be there Bek, to shoot A.S. portrait, but illness prevented me doing so….

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